James Tomilson Hill, the Blackstone Group LP vice chairman who runs the company’s $58 billion hedge- fund business, has emerged as a billionaire as the world’s largest private-equity firm and his art collection have surged in value.
John Griffin, founder of Blue Ridge Capital, cut a dashing figure last night as he climbed the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in black tails and white tie.
Anna Wintour’s order that all men attending the Met Ball wear “evening dress and decorations” has New York’s party set talking—and fretting.
The Robin Hood Foundation could sell its donors a bridge.
I met with curator Sabine Rewald in her cluttered office at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to talk about girls and cats.